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Apparently, Nancy Pelosi has been, for years now, quoting a "Bible verse" that isn't even in the Bible.

This really shouldn't surprise anyone, Nancy has also attempted to claim that Catholic doctrine justifies abortion.

Most of the time Democrats frown upon religion... so it's baffling that they even try to use religion or the Bible to justify their positions.

I'm not even sure how to process this:

A man is planning to sue his parents in India for giving birth to him 'without his consent'.

Raphael Samuel said he had a 'great relationship' with his parents but has compared having children to 'kidnapping and slavery'.

The 27-year-old from Mumbai is an 'anti-natalist' who believes it is wrong to put an unwilling child through the 'rigmarole' of life for the pleasure of its parents.

The anti-natalist movement is gaining traction in India as younger people resist social pressure to have children.

So, Raphael thinks that would-be parents have to somehow get consent from their child before birth or before conception? Okay then.

Looks like "Draft Beto" needs to draft some actual Beto fans.

ABC News Bakersfield reported on a “Draft Beto” gathering that occurred over the weekend for people who want former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) to run for president in 2020. Sadly for Beto, it looked like hardly anyone attended the event.

ABC News Bakersfield’s Noelle Lilley asked the event organizer, Stephanie Lancaster, why she wanted Beto to run for president in 2020.

“He’s new, he’s looking toward the future, and he is actively addressing our young adults,” Lancaster said.

In the background, the ABC News camera caught about a half dozen people.

Excuse me while I laugh quietly.

Watch Outkick host Clay Travis' face go from amused to panicked when his guest (who he thinks is a longtime equipment manager for the LA Rams but is really an actor) keels over and clutches his heart.

Funny, but cruel:

 

 

DDOS attack on Gavin McInnes.

This morning, Ron Coleman broke the news that Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes is suing the SPLC for defamation and employment discrimination, among other things.

He had a press conference scheduled to start a few minutes ago (2:00 p.m. Eastern), but the website has suffered a DDOS attack.